Industrial Relations Law is a professional human resources and industrial relations consultancy specialising in all aspects of employment relationships within the industrial sector.
Industrial Relations Law have provided their human resources and industrial relations services to government agencies and local councils in the public sector, as well as a variety of private sector industries, including manufacturing, wholesale, retail, real estate, aged care, and education.
Industrial Relations Law provide human resource and industrial relations services to both employers and employees, advising on the contractual and claims matters as well as providing more everyday employment services.
Human resource and industrial relations services are provided to employers when employees instigate employment related claims against them, such as unfair dismissal, underpayment of wages or discrimination. Industrial Relations Law also offer further services to employers, such as the provision of advice and assistance in drafting individual contracts of employment, collective agreements, and policies or procedures to ensure foundations are laid to foster healthy working relationships.
Industrial Relations Law are able to advise employees in all matters relating to their contract of employment, and it's terms and conditions of employment and termination. Industrial Relations Law will advise employees when they have a reasonable chance of succeeding in a claim for unfair dismissal, under-payment of wages, or discrimination.
Industrial Relations Law provides a full range of human resource and industrial relations services including:
- unfair dismissal - advice and representation
- underpayment of wages - advice and representation
- employment contracts
- workplace agreements
- including acting as a Bargaining Agent
- termination of employment, including redundancy
- liaison with Fair Work Ombudsman
- policy drafting
- investigation of workplace grievances
- manager coaching
- training programs
- appropriate workplace behaviour (discrimination, harassment & bullying)
- managing performance
- obligations of a manager
- selecting the right employee.